Measures to improve the situation and ensure the human rights and dignity of all migrant workers : draft resolution
|UN Document Symbol||A/C.3/38/L.36|
|Convention||International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families|
|Document Type||Draft Resolution|
|Subjects||Migrant Workers, Migrant Workers' Families|
UNITED NATIONS Distr. GENERAL RESTRICTED ASSEMBLY 25 November 1983 ENGLISH ORIGINAL : SPANISH Thirty-eighth session THIRD COMMITTEE Agenda item 12 REPORT OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL Algeria, Argentina, Ecuador, Egypt, France, India, Italy, Jamaica, Jordan, Mexico, Morocco, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Portugal, Rwanda, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Yemen and Yugoslavia : draft resolution Measures to improve the situation and ensure the human rights and dignity of all migrant workers The General Assembly, Again reaffirming the permanent validity of the principles and standards embodied in the basic instruments regarding the international protection of human rights, in particular in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenants on Human Rights, the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, Bearing in mind the principles and standards established within the framework of the International Labour Organisation and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, and the importance of the task carried out in connection with migrant workers and their families in other specialized agencies and in various organs of the United Nations, Reiterating that, in spite of the existence of a body of principles and standards already established, there is need to make further efforts to improve the situation and ensure the human rights and dignity of all migrant workers and their families, 83-32347 1296Z (E) A/C.3/38/L.36 Page 2 Recalling its resolution 34/172 of 17 December 1979, by which it decided to establish a working group open to all Member States to elaborate an international convention on the protection of the rights of all migrant workers and their families, Recalling also its resolutions 35/198 of 15 December 1980, 36/160 of 16 December 1981 and 37/170 of 17 December 1982, by which it renewed the mandate of the Working Group on the Drafting of an International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Their Families and requested it to continue its work, Having examined the progress made by the Working Group during its second inter-sessional meeting, held from 31 May to 10 June 1983, Having also examined the report of the Working Group during the current session of the General Assembly, 1. Takes note of the report of the Working Group on the Drafting of an International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of Ail Migrant Workers and Their Families and expresses its satisfaction with the substantial progress that the Working Group has so far made in the accomplishment of its mandate; 2. Decides that, in order to enable it to complete its task as soon as possible, the Working Group shall again hold an inter-sessional meeting of two Weeks' duration in Hew York, immediately after the first regular session of 1984 of the Economic and Social Council : 3. Invites the Secretary-General to transmit to Governments the report of the working Group so as to allow the members of the Group to continue their task during the inter-sessional meeting to be held in the spring of 1984, as well as to transmit the results obtained at that meeting in order that the General Assembly may consider them during its thirty-ninth session; 4. Also invites the Secretary-General to transmit the above-mentioned document to the competent organs of the United Nations and to international organizations concerned, for their information, so as to enable them to continue their co-operation with the Working Group? 5. Decides that the Working Group shall meet during the thirty-ninth session of the General Assembly, preferably at the beginning of the session, to continue and, if possible, to complete the elaboration of an international convention on the protection of the rights of all migrant workers and their families.